Welcome to Sundarban Anilkrishna Mahavidyalaya (B.Ed)

Estd. 2012

Sundarban Anilkrishna Mahavidyalaya (B.Ed.) is a co-education B.Ed. college, situated at P.O. – Paschim Parghumti, P.S. – Hemnagar (coastal), 24 Parganas (North), Pin – 743439, West Bengal. The college is located in an isolated Block (Hingalganj) at the Northern-most part of the Sundarban. It is surrounded by some off-sore islands like Hasnabad, Vandarkhali, Gosaba & others. The block is separated from the mainland by river Raymangal, Kalindi etc. There are not a single Teacher Training College (B.Ed.) in Hingalganj Block & also rest of Blocks. To solve this problem the college was established in 2009 & the college is governed by Baghajatin Swami Vivekananda Welfare Society, (Registration No. – SO155469 of 2008-2009) 10/1A, Biplabi Ullaskar Dutta Road, P.O. – Baghajatin, P.S. – Patuli, Kolkata – 700 086.

The college is named after a saintly man from Parghumti, who dedicated his service for this Block in the field of education. This Teacher Training Education College was established with the object of producing well trained Secondary & higher Secondary level teachers. The college has a capacity of 200 students on the roll every year and course duration one year. This institution is a great hostage to the national education. The campus of the B.Ed. College is very attractive with exquisite natural surroundings & positional advantage. The nearest B.Ed. College, Hasnabad pore is at a distance of 25 K.M. from Sundarban Anilkrishna Mahavidyalaya (B.Ed.).

The institute trains its students under the guidance of qualified & experienced teachers. The college offers all the basic facilities like Playground, Auditorium, Theatre, Library, Laboratory, Conference Hall, Health Center, Common Room, Computer Center, Cafeteria, Guest House, Separate Common Room exclusively for Girls, Solar Power Generation, Campus is differently abled friendly, . Separate toilet for disabled female,  Grievance Redressal Mechanism, Vigilance Cell, Equal Opportunity Cell,  Sexual Harassment Cell, Counselors for students, Clinic / first-aid room, Separate toilet for girls,  Skill development centre, Self-defence class for females,  Anti-ragging Cell in its campus & promises to produce skillful teachers.

INSTITUTION’S PROFILE :

43002654 *BED-
SUNDARBAN ANILKRISHNA MAHAVIDYALAYA (B.ED.) SELF-FINANCE INSTITUTION
2012 WWW.ANILKRISHNABED.COM
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Address of the Institution at the time of Recognition

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1054 & 1055 PURBA PARGHUMTI
PARGHUMTI PASCHIM PARGHUMTI
HINGALGANJ HINGALGANJ
WEST BENGAL NORTH 24-PARGANA
743439 7003605409
info.anilkrishnabed@gmail.com
raysekhar36@gmail.com

Details of Head/ Principal of the Institution

SWARUPA CHAKRABORTY CHAKRABORTY.SWARUPA@GMAIL.COM
8637018529

* AISHE CODE : C – 49462

* PARENT ORGANIZATION DETAIL

SOCIETY
BAGHAJATIN SWAMI VIVEKANANDA WELFARE SOCIETY

Postal Address of the Parent Organization

09 BIPLABI ULLASKAR DUTTA ROAD
BAGHAJATIN BAGHAJATIN
PATULI KOLKATA
WEST BENGAL SOUTH 24-PARGANA
700086
AABTB5494L CALB12888B

Society/ Trust/ Company Members Information

S.No. Name Designation Mobile Number Email Id Membership valid upto (DD/MM/YYYY) PAN Aadhaar No.
1 MD SADATULLAH PRESIDENT 7001281210 mdsadatullah@gmail.com 25/12/2022 BDTPS5998E 603833957922
2 SUVASH CHANDRA MANDAL VICE PRESIDENT 6295943958 info.anilkrishnabed@gmail.com 25/12/2022 BQRPM7869M 643308683690
3 SEKHAR RAY SECRETARY 9432858660 ray_sekhar@yahoo.com 25/12/2022 AGOPR0379M 407177013242
4 JAGANNATH BAIDYA TRESURER 9830204355 info.anilkrishnabed@gmail.com 25/12/2022 ANDPB2339P 531027473153
5 SUMITA MANDAL MEMBER 7003490711 mandalsumita38@gmail.com 25/12/2022 ATBPM0637P 550445271384
6 MRIDUL ROY MEMBER 7908052696 mridulroy.rabbit2012@gmail.com 25/12/2022 BFJPR8465M 890980240176
7 NAMITA MANDAL MEMBER 7596918593 info.anilkrishnabed@gmail.com 25/12/2022 BNBPM8107K 981408484399

DETAILS OF EXISTING TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMME(S)/ COURSES

S.No. Programme Institution Code/Application No.(of NCTE) Recognition Order Detail Changes in Course Intake Revised Order Detail Withdrawal Order Detail Restoration Order Detail Court Directions Issued Detail
1 Name: Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed.).
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Start Year: 2017-18
Approved Intake: 50
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2 Name: Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) degree.
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Start Year: 2012-13
Approved Intake: 100
Order No.: erc/7-131.6(i).5/2012/12275
Date: 02/07/2012
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Order No.: erc/ncte/bed/2015/32493
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NOTICE

UPCOMING B.Ed. ADMISSION : SESSION 2020-2022

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 ACADEMIC CALENDAR JANUARY-JUNE 2020  

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Online Application for B.Ed. Admission (2020-22)

Mode of application : Only on-line application will be accepted from 12/06/2019 to 19/06/2019

Last Date of submission Appplication fees …………………..

UPCOMING D.El.Ed. ADMISSION : SESSION 2020-2022

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Eligibility and procedure for admission to Two Year D.El.Ed.Course (Regular/Face to face mode) for the session 2020-2022

  • Should be an Indian.
  • Should pass the H.S (+2) Examination or its equivalent from any recognized Board/Council/University with at least 50% marks in the aggregate (where aggregate is given)/aggregate of the best five (where no aggregate is mentioned). There is, however, a relaxation of 5% marks for the applicants belonging to SC/ST/OBC-A/OBC-B/PH/Ex-Serviceman category. Where there is no aggregate marks, 50% / 45% of the total of the best five scores excluding EVS (where it is not an elective subject) for eligibility will be counted.
    Note : The entry qualifications of the applicants belonging Ex-Serviceman shall be determined in terms of the memo of the School Education Department no. 598-SE(EE)/PTTI-16/17 dated 08.09.2017 read with the clarification of MHRD memo no. F.No. 1-22/2012-EE-4(P) dated 23.08.2017, if required i.e. if the applicant does not have 50%/45% marks in H.S. (+2) examination.

Mode of application : Only on-line application will be accepted from 30/05/2019 to 12/06/2019Apply Now

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Application are invited from eligible candidate for the Lecturer post for B.Ed. following NCTE New Regulation, 2014. Please follow the notice board.

(Dr. Swarupa Chakraborty)
                 Principal

SPECIAL NOTICE : 1 

  1. It is mandatory for every student and his/her parents to submit an
    anti ragging affidavit at the time of first admission and there after
    each year at the time of annual registration. These are UGC’s
    regulations.It is a simple procedure comprising 3 steps
    **Step 1: Log on to www.ANTIRAGGING.in or
    www.AMANMOVEMENT.org. Click on the button called
    – On line affidavits.
    **Step 2: Fill in the information as desired and submit the
    form.
    **Step 3: On successful completion you will receive
    affidavits, both for Students and Parents, through E mail.
  2.  *If you do not have an E mail address please create one before you
    log in. If your parents do not have an E Mail/Mobile/ Landline.  

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  • Swachh Bharat Summer Internship. The 100 hour experiential Internship program
  • (between 1st May to 31st July 2019). Enroll Now .HURRY….!!
    *Following the Prime Minister’s clarion call on 2nd October 2014 for each individual to devote time to Swachhata through the year, and following the enthusiastic response from the youth of India to the Swachh Bharat Summer Internship 2019, the Ministry of Jal Shakti, in association with the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, and HQ NCC has launched the Swachh Bharat Summer Internship 2019 – 50 Hours of Swachhata. The initiative will give an opportunity to youth across the country from national level institutions like National Service Scheme (NSS), Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan (NYKS) or National Cadet Corps (NCC) to develop their skills and orientation for sanitation-related work and become a part of the Swachh Bharat jan andolan. The programme aims to engage youth across the country, develop their skills and orientation for Solid Waste Management (SWM), and sustain the momentum of the Swachh Bharat jan andolan. All interns are encouraged to share their internship journey on social media, using the hashtags – #SBSI and #SwachhSummer Components of the Swachh Bharat Summer Internship The 50-hour internship programme would require the intern/interns to visit one or more villages and conduct Swachhata activities of their choice to contribute to the cause of rural sanitation in India. 1. Duration: At least 50 hours in the period of 10 th June to 31th July 2019.



    2. Who can apply:
    • Youth enrolled in either of the youth organisations – National Service Scheme, Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan or National Cadet Corps, can apply for the internship.



    3. Internship Process:
    • Youth can enrol in this internship through the respective national-level youth organisation.
    • Interns may participate individually or in teams. Team size may be decided depending on the nature and scope of their activity, and approved by the parent organisation.
    • Interns will be required to devote at least 50 hours to conducting Swachhata-related activities,
    specifically on Solid Waste Management in villages selected by them and approved by the parent organisation.
    • The parent organisation may be approached with any requests for help with organisation of
    necessary logistics for the activities.



    Reporting: An Internship Report must be submitted by the intern/interns to their local clubs/units within 15 days of completion of fieldwork. Guideline for the Swachh Bharat Summer Internship (SBSI) From 10th June-31st July 2019 50 Hours of Swachhata “Date of Issue: June 14, 2019” – This is the updated guidelines and it overrides the guidelines issued previously dated June 4, 2019.



    4. List of suggested activities:
    As part of the internship, the activities that participants may conduct have been categorized into two clusters: Information, Education and Communication (IEC), and Solid Waste Management (SWM).



    A. Information, Education and Communication (IEC) activities IEC activities are oriented towards increasing the awareness of people about sanitation related issues and triggering a change in sanitation behaviours for solid waste management.



    S. No. Project IEC-1 Organise awareness campaigns around better Solid & Liquid Waste Management practices.
    E.g. segregation of waste as biodegradable and non-biodegradable* 
    IEC-2 Village and school-level promotion of the 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle), composts puts, no littering through Nukkad Nataks /street plays, folk song and dance performances *IEC-3 Organise Swachhata Melas/Exhibition on local waste management technologies *IEC-4 Make wall paintings in public places (Panchayat offices, etc.) on the theme of a clean village, promotion of compost pits, and proper management of plastic waste *IEC-5 Organise plastic – free village campaigns and declaring of plastic – free zones.



    B. Solid Waste Management (SWM) related activities
    SWM activities target waste collection, segregation, disposal and a plastic waste free environment S. No. Project *SWM-1 Organise waste collection drives for households and common or shared spaces *SWM-2 Volunteer for segregation of solid waste into non-biodegradable waste *SWM-3 Support communities and panchayats to build compost pits, where organic matter decomposes to for manure. May undertake village surveys to illustrate quantum of solid waste generated in the village. *SWM-4 Organise cleaning of streets, drains and back alleys through awareness drives *SWM-5 Infrastructure creation: compost pits for households, drains for kitchen gardening, soak pits for waste management. 



    5 Rewards and Recognition:
    a. All participants will be given a Swachh Bharat Internship Certificate on completion of their internship and
    its subsequent approval by the concerned NYKS/NSS/NCC units
    b. The best interns will be recognized at the District, State and National levels, as follows:
     Cash Awards in addition to certificates *
     Awards amount at District Level: Ist Rs 30,000, IInd – Rs 20,000, IIIrd – Rs 10,000
     Awards amount at State Level: Ist – Rs 50,000, IInd – Rs 30,000, IIIrd – Rs 20,000
     Awards amount at National Level: Ist – Rs 2 lakh, IInd – 1 lakh, IIIrd – Rs 50,000
    *Note: the above fund will be provided to the concerned Ministry/Department by the Ministry of Jal Shakti The selection of awardees at various levels i.e. District, State and National will be done by the competent authority as follows:
    1. District level Selection Committee-
     District Collector- Chairman
     District representative as nominated by District Collector
     District Head of NYKS
     District Head of NSS
     District Head of NCC
    2. State level Selection Committee-
     Mission Director- Chairman
     State representative as nominated by Mission Director
     State Director of NYKS
     State Director of NSS
     State Director of NCC
    NB: The committee at District and State level should decide the awards based on the proportionate participation from each organisation and quality of the work undertaken.
    3. National level Selection Committee-
     Chairman- As decided by the Secretary, D/o Youth Affairs
     DG NYKS / representative
     Nominee from NSS as decided by D/o Youth Affairs
     DG NCC / representative
    NB: National level awards will be given to each organisation separately

     



    *This is the updated guidelines and it overrides the guidelines issued previously dated June 4, 2019 Role of the NYKS/NSS/NCC Units-
     To ensure a fruitful experiential internship for all interns by ensuring the undertaking of prescribed activities in the specified duration.
     To ensure that all interns submit their reports to their local clubs/units on time (within 15 days of completion of fieldwork).
     The top three awardees at each level should be forwarded to the next level for consideration of awards at that level.
     Responsibility for safety and security of the interns during village visits lies with the parent units of NYKS/NSS/NCC, hence the location should be chosen appropriately and liaising done with local administration wherever necessary. Role of State Government and District Administration.
     State Government/District Administration will provide necessary support to the units of
    NYKS/NSS/NCC, as and when requested to the extent possible.
     Where applicable, collected Plastic Waste in villages will need to be shifted to the nearby Material Recovery Facility.
    Nodal Points of Contact:
    a) Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan: email: mpsharma@yahoo.co.in
    b) National Service Scheme: email: n.raja60@nic.in
    c) National Cadet Corps: email: dirtrgahq-ncc@nic.in

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